Local and international experts present research on learning and educational innovation at the faculty every Wednesday at lunchtime
6 August 20151.30–5.30pm
Bridging Minds: an afternoon of discoveries and debate.
6 August 20154–6pm
The important role of theory in framing and conducting research, as well as in reaching conclusions.
12 August 201511am–12.30pm
A Research on Learning and Education Innovation seminar with Professor Wenming Zheng.
13 August 20154–6pm
What steps are involved in turning a lengthy piece of writing into a commercial product that people will want to buy?
14 August 20159am–3pm
A workshop that will engage teachers in a way of thinking that has country at its centre and story as its expression.
19 August 201511–12.30pm
A Research on Learning and Education Innovation seminar with Negin Mirriahi & Abelardo Pardo.
20 August 20154–6pm
Suggestions for enhancing the influence of education research in shaping public opinion and government policy.
27 August 20154–6pm
How to feel more in control of the process of doing your PhD.
2 September 20154–6pm
The benefits of using multilevel modelling to analyse research findings in education and other humanities.
5 September 20158.30am–5pm
This annual event provides a forum for discussing and sharing research in the area of TESOL, as well as exploring possible future research collaborations.
10 September 20154–6pm
Qualitative and quantitative research methods: methods for researching with children and young people
Exploring a range of student-friendly inquiry methods and their associated ethical challenges.